Share a Coke FAQs

Thank you to everyone who shared a Coke with us this summer.

Our tour has now finished but some Share a Coke bottles will be in shops while stocks last - see if you can grab yours before they’re gone!

What is Share a Coke all about?

This summer we're swapping our name with yours. We’re replacing the iconic Coca‑Cola logo on some of our bottles with 250 of Great Britain’s most popular names, so you can share a Coke with your friends, family and loved ones. So go on, spread a little happiness this summer! Find out all the names and more at http://CokeURL.com/names

How can I get involved in Share a Coke?

There are plenty of ways you can get involved in Share a Coke – here are just a few:

  • Visit your local shops, find a bottle featuring your name or a friend’s, and share a Coke! The bottles will be in shops while stocks last.
  • Send us a photo of you sharing a Coke on Twitter @cokezone with #shareacoke.
  • Create and share a virtual Coke using our Facebook app.

Can I get a bottle personalised on the Share a Coke tour?

Our Share a Coke events have now finished. Thank you to everyone who came to see us on tour.

The Share a Coke bottles will be in shops while stocks last, so keep an eye out and grab yours while it’s still available!

What Coca‑Cola products can I get my name on?

You’ve got lots to choose from! You can find names on 375ml and 500ml PET bottles of Coca Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero. And larger pack sizes such as 1.75L and 2L bottles feature the words 'friends' and 'family'. We’ve distributed our named bottles far and wide across Great Britain – so make sure you keep an eye out and grab yours while stocks last!

How long will they be available?

Our Share a Coke bottles will be available throughout the summer of 2013. Some will be available into September, while stocks last - so grab them while you can!

Which names are on the bottles?

We’ve chosen 250 of Great Britain’s most popular names to replace our iconic Coca Cola logo so as many people as possible can share a Coke with someone special.

How were the names chosen?

We strive to be as inclusive as possible in all of our Coca Cola campaigns and initiatives.

For Share a Coke, we worked closely with Experian, an independent expert and the nation’s leading data insight and analysis company, to identify 250 of Great Britain’s most popular names. This data reflects both the gender and ethnic make-up of the population.

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